There are a few tools and options that can help you here (logon/off scripts
etc). But this data is not natively stored in AD as Marc mentioned. Limit
logon is one tool that can help you out but only proactively. Last I heard
its not totally supported by PSS and believe it relies on an app partition
created with in your AD to store the data.
If its a proactive approach you are after then this may could answer your
Otherwise will you have to rely on other sources like event logs on the
DC's, but this depends on the level of auditing you have and the amount of
time passed etc. Otherwise you would have to use some other tools to
enumate each workstation and enum the profiles / logons which is mostly
impractical (and also depends alot on the configuration and size of your
On 26/11/2007, l.eldrige <l.eldrige@...> wrote:
> Hi Marc
> Thanks a lot for your answer.
> But is it possible to find the current user on a workstation, for
> example using network functions?
> I already have the workstation list and could ping each machine!
> There are some tools, which do exactly this job (associate workstation
> and user). So it must be possible to do it (either using AD, using
> network or something else)!
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